In celebration of Eid Al-Adha, Prominent Businessman and MP Mohamed Aboul Enein’s charitable foundation has begun distributing sacrificial meat to the needy and low-income families as well as widows, orphans, people with special needs, expatriate students from all Arab countries.
This comes in accordance with Aboul Enein’s instructions and his strong belief in the importance of social responsibility through helping needy people and making them feel happy on all occasions.
The charitable foundation slaughtered and distributed large quantities of fresh meat among the most needy people starting early Dhu al-Hijjah month (the twelfth and final month in the Islamic calendar, marking Eid Al Adha, the festival of the sacrifice).
Moreover, the foundation will continue to distribute quantities of fresh meat estimated at 200 tons throughout the blessed days of Eid al-Adha at all its headquarters.
In the same context, an operations room has been formed at the foundation to offer various services for citizens under the leadership of Somaya Aboul Enein, the foundation’s vice-chairman.
Moreover, the room inspects and supervises the quality of the sacrificial animals (Udhiyah) before and after the slaughter, their wrapping and distribution.
The foundation has taken special precautions in view of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to ensure the safety of both the workers and people.